The first table games in Pennsylvania could open to the public as early as July
8. This is based on the testing schedule released today by the Pennsylvania
Gaming Control Board. Board representatives will conduct 8-hours testing of live
betting at each casino to insure the casino is ready for operation. If approved
on the test dates, they could go live with their table games two days later.
"The best news in this schedule is that our work will provide all nine casinos
the opportunity to begin offering table games within a 10-day window," said the
board executive director Kevin O'Toole. "We were mindful of casinos that compete
in similar markets and our implementation schedule took that into consideration
along with making sure our staff was not stretched too thin in our efforts to
properly regulate these openings."
JULY 6, 2010
Presque Isle Downs Casino (Erie)
The Rivers Casino (Pittsburgh)
The Meadows Racetrack and Casino (Washington)
Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs (Wilkes-Barre)
Mt. Airy Resort Casino (Poconos)
Hollywood Casino At Penn National Racecourse
Harrah's Chester Casino and Racetrack (Chester)
Parx Casino (Bensalem)
Sands Casino Resort (Bethlehem)
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